Here at CCS Uniforms are required for all students enrolled in K3-12th Grade. Uniforms may be purchased from Land’s End, excluding uniform shoes and socks. The Community logo is required on all pants, shorts, shirts, sweaters, vests, and jackets and is only available through School Outfitters by Land’s End. 

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Uniform shirts are required for all K3-K4 students.

Students must wear the school uniform each day except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. 

Uniforms must not be cut, frayed, or have holes/tears. Undergarments, other than undershirts, should not be visible. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. Elementary students may wear solid white long-sleeved shirts under short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed and neatly dressed while on campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings. The earrings should be small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility. Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hairstyle, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white, and should not be large or distracting.  Students may color their hair and/or faces in school colors on announced official spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style and off the collar. Boys are not permitted to wear their hair pulled up in ponytails/buns (half or full) or wear any beads/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

The administration reserves the right to determine compliance with uniform policies.

22-23 Elem. Boys Uniform Guidance Flyer K-3

Students must wear the school uniform each day except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. All shorts, skirts, and skort hems should not be more than 3 inches above the knee. Girls are required to wear shorts under their skirts.

Uniforms must not be cut, frayed, or have holes/tears. Undergarments, other than undershirts, should not be visible. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. The peter pan blouse or blue oxford must be worn under the pleated jumper. Elementary students may wear solid white long-sleeved shirts under short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed and neatly dressed while on campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings. The earrings should be small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility. Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hairstyle, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white, and should not be large or distracting.  Students may color their hair and/or faces in school colors on announced official spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style and off the collar. Boys are not permitted to wear their hair pulled up in ponytails/buns (half or full) or wear any beads/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

The administration reserves the right to determine compliance with uniform policies.

22-23 Elem. Girls Uniform Guidance Flyer K-3

Students must wear the school uniform each day except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. 

Uniforms must not be cut, frayed, or have holes/tears. Undergarments, other than undershirts, should not be visible. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. Elementary students may wear solid white long-sleeved shirts under short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed and neatly dressed while on campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings. The earrings should be small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility. Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hairstyle, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white, and should not be large or distracting.  Students may color their hair and/or faces in school colors on announced official spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style and off the collar. Boys are not permitted to wear their hair pulled up in ponytails/buns (half or full) or wear any beads/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

The administration reserves the right to determine compliance with uniform policies.

22-23 Elem. Boys Uniform Guidance Flyer 4-5

Students must wear the school uniform each day except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. All shorts, skirts, and skort hems should not be more than 3 inches above the knee. Girls are required to wear shorts under their skirts.

Uniforms must not be cut, frayed, or have holes/tears. Undergarments, other than undershirts, should not be visible. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. The peter pan blouse or blue oxford must be worn under the pleated jumper. Elementary students may wear solid white long-sleeved shirts under short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed and neatly dressed while on campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings. The earrings should be small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility. Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hairstyle, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white, and should not be large or distracting.  Students may color their hair and/or faces in school colors on announced official spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style and off the collar. Boys are not permitted to wear their hair pulled up in ponytails/buns (half or full) or wear any beads/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

The administration reserves the right to determine compliance with uniform policies.

22-23 Elem. Girls Uniform Guidance Flyer 4-5

Students must wear the school uniform each day except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. 

Uniforms must not be cut, frayed, or have holes/tears. Undergarments, other than undershirts, should not be visible. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. Elementary students may wear solid white long-sleeved shirts under short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed and neatly dressed while on campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings. The earrings should be small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility. Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hairstyle, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white, and should not be large or distracting.  Students may color their hair and/or faces in school colors on announced official spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style and off the collar. Boys are not permitted to wear their hair pulled up in ponytails/buns (half or full) or wear any beads/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

The MS-HS students participating in PE are required to wear PE uniforms and athletic shoes. PE uniforms can be purchased through Land’s End. 

22-23 MSHS Boys Uniform Guidance Flyer

The administration reserves the right to determine compliance with uniform policies.

Students must wear the school uniform each day except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. All shorts, skirts, and skort hems should not be more than 3 inches above the knee. Girls are required to wear shorts under their skirts.

Uniforms must not be cut, frayed, or have holes/tears. Undergarments, other than undershirts, should not be visible. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. The peter pan blouse or blue oxford must be worn under the pleated jumper. Elementary students may wear solid white long-sleeved shirts under short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed and neatly dressed while on campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings. The earrings should be small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility. Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hairstyle, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white, and should not be large or distracting.  Students may color their hair and/or faces in school colors on announced official spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style and off the collar. Boys are not permitted to wear their hair pulled up in ponytails/buns (half or full) or wear any beads/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

The MS-HS students participating in PE are required to wear PE uniforms and athletic shoes. PE uniforms can be purchased through Land’s End. 

22-23 MSHS Girls Uniform Guidance Flyer

The administration reserves the right to determine compliance with uniform policies.

Non-Uniform Days

Students may wear appropriate jeans (jean shorts are permitted for K5-5th grades only), collared or nice shirts/t-shirts (no musical group or distracting logos), tennis shoes, or regular shoes. Backless shoes and flip-flops are not to be worn. The heel height on all shoes should be no more than one inch. Clothing, including jeans, should not have rips or holes. Clothing must fit and be of modest length (shorts for elementary students must have a 5-inch inseam); tops should cover the midriff and shoulders at all times (no tank tops); jeans must be worn at the waist.

Students may wear appropriate khaki/dress pants, dresses, skorts, skirts, collared or nice dress shirts (no musical group or distracting logos), tennis shoes, or regular shoes. 

 

Dress shorts are permitted for K5-5th grades (no denim or athletic shorts). Backless shoes and flip-flops are not to be worn. The heel height on all shoes should be no more than one inch. Clothing, including jeans, should not have rips or holes. Shorts (approved for K5-5th grades only), leggings, or sweatpants are not permitted. 

 

The key is modest dress: clothing must fit and be of modest length (dresses, skorts, and skirts should be no more than three inches above
the knee); tops should cover the midriff and shoulders at all times (no tank tops); pants must be worn at the waist.

Shorts are required to be worn under skirts and dresses.